London Broil, Applesauce and Orange Root Veggies

We’re making our way through a huge stash of meat we got on freezer sale at Fields of Athenry.  Because of the discount and bulk buying, I was liberated into buying cuts I’m not normally drawn to.  This week we had the pleasure of discovering London broil!  After years of thinking London Broil was a dry and boring meat, Matt proved me wrong with this recipe.


When I got home from work early, while the boys were running errands, I peeled and chopped sweet potatoes and carrots to go along with Matt’s marinading beef.


We served it with our homemade applesauce, as well.

London Broil, Applesauce and Orange Root Veggies


  • Early in the morning I got out a plastic bag and added the following ingredients:
  • 1 minced clove of garlic
  • 1 T olive oil
  • 3 T Tamari (wheat-free soy sauce; check your labels as almost all soy sauces contain wheat)
  • 1 T ketchup (I used TJ's organic which contains no high fructose corn syrup)
  • 1 T Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 t salt
  • 1/2 t pepper
  • 1 T herbes de provence
  • Roasted Veggies:
  • 3T Coconut Oil
  • 3/4 t Cinnamon
  • 1/4 t Salt
  • 4 Carrots
  • 2 Sweet Potatoes
  • 1/8c honey


  1. I then sealed the bag and shook it hard. Then I gave it to Finn and he shook it hard. Then I put the meat in, sealed it while squeezing out the air. I placed it in the fridge for eight hours, flipping halfway through.
  2. Preheated your grill pan on medium-high. Cooked it about 8 minutes on each side, to medium-rare, 135 degrees.
  3. Melt the coconut oil in a saute pan on medium heat, add peeled and cut veggies. Once slightly softened, add cinnamon and salt. Once light brown and warmed through, add honey. Stir in until coated and melted on each piece, remove from heat.


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  • Sumstine

    I think I will try the veggies without the honey. I don’t have any sweeties to feed and the yams and carrots are pretty sweet already. 

  • Sumstine

    What a very yummy looking meal. 

  • rocky singh

    Thanks for this lovely recipe.  Which grill do u use ? I’m looking for a good indoor grill…

  • I made a bison london broil tonight using this recipe. It turned out great, thanks! I substituted coconut aminos for the tamari and a mix of fish sauce, red wine vinegar and a touch of liquid smoke for the worcestershire sauce since I didn’t have any on hand. (I don’t think my son can have it.) I served it with a salad of dark greens, pistachios and tangerines. Yum!

    I have to admit (embarrassedly), I looked at the recipe for the orange root veggies numerous times before I realized it didn’t contain orange juice, but was rather referring to the color of the veggies. Somebody had citrus stuck in their head. 🙂